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South Downs Learning Centre Self-managed learning for children in Brighton
The Self Managed Learning College is based at the Brighton Youth Centre at 64 Edward Street Brighton and currently provides a programme for 7-16 year olds who are not in school. The aim of the College is to support parents in providing a good education for their children.
Quest to learn A school for digital kids
Quest to Learn is a school for digital kids. It is a community where students learn to see the world as composed of many different kinds of systems. It is a place to play, invent, grow, and explore.
PhDs in museums NYT article
For Shaena Montanari, a third-year paleontology student interested in chemically analyzing dinosaur fossils to learn what they ate, the Gobi Desert has been a trove of specimens. “The Gobi is very fossiliferous,” she says. “That’s a word, right? Anyway, there’s a lot of fossils there, very well preserved. You can even find a dinosaur brooding on a nest of eggs.”
Building Britain’s biggest classroom o2 Learn
We’re creating a video library of revision lessons from great teachers across the country. Connect to great teaching.
Projects combining drama and technology WebPlay
WebPlay is a ground breaking arts-education charity that combined drama and technology to create inspirational, cross-curricular projects for schools that raised children’s achievement, creativity and cross-cultural awareness.
Blogging project for schools Quad-Blogging
Imagine four schools that had a partnership/agreement that would mean that for a four week cycle, each school’s blog would be the focus for one week out of four.
Children learning programming Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard. It’s a capable little PC which can be used for many of the things that your desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word-processing and games. It also plays high-definition video. We want to see it being used by kids all over the world to learn programming.